Arts and Humanities Through the Eras

Description: This e-book from Gale Virtual Reference Library profiles milestones and movements in the arts, literature, music, and religion from a specific period.

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Bibliomania

Description: Access more than 2000 searchable full-text classics including Shakespeare, Dickens, Jane Austen and the Bronte’s. The website also includes study guides which have been written by students on major works including Hamlet, MacBeth, and Wuthering Heights. Other useful texts include a guide to Literary Criticism, and Linguistics (A Guide to Language Change).

Access Information:  Freely available. You will need to register to use the website.

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Britannica Academic Online

Description: Britannica Academic Online includes images, videos and links to journal articles.

Please Note: Britannica Online Academic Edition is not currently accessible using Apple IOS mobile devices.

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General OneFile

Description: A one stop source for news, magazine and journal articles on a wide range of subjects. Millions of full text articles available as PDF and HTML, many with images. Updated daily.

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JISC FE Custom News

Description: JISC FE Custom News (formerly InfoTrac Full Text Newspaper Database) provides access to over 40 full text regional, national and international newspapers and over 8,500,000 articles. Updated daily the content includes newspapers such as The Times, The Independent, Daily Mail, Scotsman, and Washington Times.

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Literary Reference Center

Description: Literary Reference Center is a full text database that includes information from reference works, books,and journal articles. This database is useful for literary criticism, author biographies, book reviews and the text of classic and contemporary literature.

Access Information: Please use your college username and password to access this database from off campus. You may need to select “UK Higher Education” from the drop down list and then select Bradford College.

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Newspaper Database

Description: JISC FE Custom News (formerly InfoTrac Full Text Newspaper Database) provides access to over 40 full text regional, national and international newspapers and over 8,500,000 articles. Updated daily the content includes newspapers such as The Times, The Independent, Daily Mail, Scotsman, and Washington Times.

Access Information: To access this database off campus please click on the link “Login via your home institution” and then enter your College username and password.

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Nonfiction Classics for Students

Description: This five volume e-book from Gale Virtual Reference Library provides literary and historical background on the most commonly studied nonfiction essays, books, biographies, and memoirs in an easy-to-use format.  Works include: Angela’s Ashes; Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl; I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings; Diary of Samuel Pepys; and Aspects of the Novel.

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